Operative Atlas of Laparoscopic Reconstructive Urology
Ramalingam, Manickam, Patel, Vipul R. (Eds.)
2009, XXVII, 579 p.
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Constructed in such a way that urologists will be able to pickup the technical tips to perform the laparoscopic procedures using simplified devices
Deals with some of the unusual situations that the vastly experienced authors have personally faced
The Operative Atlas of Laparoscopic Reconstructive Urology is essential reading for all practicing urologists around the globe, offering a comprehensive visual walkthrough of common procedures. Written by leading international experts, and edited by two pioneers in the field of laparoscopic urology who have more than 2,000 surgeries between them, this title also describes common pitfalls to add further worth as a practical surgical manual. Many contributing authors are also highly active in robotic surgery, and as such, this book will additionally cover the robotic applications to many of the described urologic conditions. Laparoscopic urologic surgery is slowly becoming the surgery of choice in most urologic diseases, but as its application to reconstructive operations is a relatively new field, structured training is severely lacking in this area. This atlas therefore provides sequential pictures for most of the reconstructive urology procedures, with particular focus on pyeloplasty and ureteric reimplantation. Illustrations for each chapter on the whole come from a single case, with diagrammatic representation often also included to deepen clarity. In total the book contains 40 chapters, each offering a step-by-step illustrative approach, with specific reference to procedures directed at the following areas: - Kidney- Uretero Pelvic Junction- Ureter - Bladder- Prostate - Seminal vesical and undescended Testis. As such, this is an ideal reference work for all practicing urologists, surgical trainees and fully qualified surgeons, and also additionally, nurses and operation theatre technicians. With experience in the specialised training methodology required to produce successful results, within both developed and developing countries, the editors have further constructed the book in such a way that urologists will be able to perform the laparoscopic procedures described using simplified devices.
Scope and future of laparoscopic reconstructive urology.- technical advances in the instrumentation for entry.- retroperitoneoscopy.- hemostatic devices.- robotic laparoscopic pyeloplasty.- viz-duplex system.- ureterocalicostomy.- laparoscopic heminephrectomy.- renal cysts.- large renal pelvic stone.- partial nephrectomy.- retrocaval ureter and ureteric stricture.- ureteric reimplantation.- transvesical reimplantation for vur.- boari flap ureteric reimplantation.- impacted ureteric stones.- laparoscopic ureterolysis.- laparoscopic cystorraphy.- bladder diverticulum surgery.- urinary fistulae.- excision of the pathology and reconstruction of the bladder.- surgical methods to increase the capacity of the bladder.- radical prostatectomy – a step by step.- the role of robotic surgery in radical prostatectomy.- excision of seminal vesical cyst by laparoscopic technique.- laparoscopic undescended testis.- ileal ureter.- ileal conduit.- orthotopic neobladder.- augmented cystoplasty.- hand-assisted laparoscopic partial nephrectomy.- laparoscopic sacrocolpopexy for vault prolapse.- simplified training methodology.
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